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The Andean Condor (Vultur Gryphus)

    The Andean Condor (vultur gryphus) and the Californian Condor (gymnogyps californianus) are both in danger of being totally extincted throughout a significant portion of its current area of living. Possessing parts of these birds (i.e. feathers) requires a valid CITES certification and you should contact your governments offices, if you are unsure about the situation in your country. Otherwise you are breaking the laws, and the laws are very strict about this. My own point of view is largely based on personal insights gained by the deep relation I have with the Spirit of the Condor. I hereby state that I only have sporadic contacts with indigene cultures from South America and that I do not claim being initiated by any spiritual person from there. Here you can delve into and view various interesting things:

Feather-Lore: Andean Condor

My Dance of the Condor

Biology of the Condor

Documented Dances since 2000

The Condor as National Symbol

Finding an Eagle Dancer

Costums and Myths about the Andean Condor

The Condor in the Art of Roberto Mamani Mamani

Kuntur Orqo in the Valley Sagrado

 

Condor mallku by mamani Mamani

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